The Sacramento Suburban Water District proposes to construct and operate one municipal supply well to supplement existing supplies in the northern portion of its service area, within Sacramento County.
The Well 79 Verner/Panorama site would consists of a 18-in groundwater well capable of producing approx 1,500 gpm. The well would include new connections to both the Sacramento County-owned storm drain and sanitary sewer. An approx 700 sf building would be constructed to house the motor control center, treatment equipment, and chlorination facilities for disinfection of the treated water. The building will also be plumbed for fluoridation of water. If elevated levels of iron/manganese are detected in the water, a treatment system would be installed. If necessary, the iron/manganese treatment system would include components such as horizontal multi-media pressure filter, ground-level backwash water holding tank, associated pipes and valves, and associated electrical switchgear. The treatment system would require the construction of an above-grade backwash storage tank with capacity to store approx 60,000 gallons. This painted metal tank would be approx 25 ft in diameter and up to 20 ft tall. In addition, the well may be equipped to operate as aquifer storage and recovery well in the future. This improvement would involve the installation of a specialized valve and some small-additional station piping, all within the area already disturbed.
Water Facilities (Type municipal well, MGD 2,160,000)
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